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Louie gets funky over some old optigan tracks and some of my custom drum samples. Topped off with some synth and a bit of digital trickery. Louis Farrakhan, born Louis Eugene Walcott, claims that I am somehow in a position of privilege because of what someone else's ancestors did to other people's ancestors.
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Artist/Composer: Digi Hartatak
Keywords: louie; electronic; house; farrakhan; Eugene Walcott; Nation of Islam
Creative Commons license: Attribution 3.0
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Subject: cover up jihad reviews
tired of seeing al queada videos so im burying the reviews
Subject: Im all funked up...
I rember this when it was just a loop. came out goo.
Subject: Can't understand the lyrics, they must be dirty
This one is great, one of the best from Noisecollector.
I love that filthy drum beat that starts out the tune.
I like everything about the backing track.
The "vocal" from the Reverend fits in just right.
And I like those crowd sounds and "backing vocals".
It seems like it ends a bit too abruptly though.